misfield

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misfield

(ˌmɪsˈfiːld) sport
vb (tr)
to fail to field properly or adequately
n
a failure to field properly or adequately
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Quorn's running between the wickets started to put pressure on the Anstey fielding, as misfields started to creep in.
"You can look all the way through that game, fumbles here, fumbles there, misfields, edges that went for four, inside edges that hit the stumps, reviews, whatever.
"If you look at the match, we missed a couple of catches and gave away around 30, 35 runs with misfields. Without those, maybe the total is not that much.
But well, in the midst of the dropped catches, the misfields and the absolutely pathetic attitude on the field, the only shining light was the player who was not in the preliminary World Cup squad, Mohammad Amir.
Pakistan looked sloppy in their defeat by Australia in Taunton, where Sarfaraz Ahmed's team dropped catches, one by the skipper himself, in a display plagued by misfields including over-throws.
Mohammad Hafeez was dropped on 14 by Jason Roy before going on to amass 84 while there were misfields and overthrows from a side that delivered a masterclass in fielding when they defeated South Africa in the curtain-raiser last week.
But dropped catches and misfields throughout the series against a quality side such as England meant that Pakistan were always going to end up at the receiving end.
Stokes flicked the winning run with three balls remaining but Pakistan will know they should have gone closer, overthrows, misfields and the failure to appeal for a run out against Tom Curran all undermining their efforts.
Bangladesh finished the day in lethargic fashion with a number of misfields. He cracked 21 fours and a six as he feasted on fruitless New Zealand efforts, led by strike bowlers Tim Southee and Trent Boult, to find the edge of his bat.
Australia captain Aaron Finch was given a first-ball reprieve when he was dropped by Malik in the deep after top-edging a hook, and several misfields allowed any pressure with the new ball to be immediately dissipated.
Australia captain Aaron Finch was given the first-ball reprieve when he was dropped by Malik in the deep after top-edging a hook, and several misfields allowed any pressure with the new ball to be immediately dissipated.
The match ended with a tone of semi-organised chaos, England adding further misfields, Adam Zampa overturning an lbw decision on DRS and Ball completing his spell while afflicted by a sudden bout of illness.